Choosing a Care Home for Your Loved One

Before any major life event, it’s important to carry out the necessary research so that you can make an informed decision – and choosing a care home for your loved one isn’t any different. If you have never used the... View this post

What Are the Benefits of Living With Nature for Older People?

There’s no denying that a bit of fresh air can do us the world of good. Enjoying all that the great outdoors has the offer and being around nature has significant benefits on our physical, mental and cognitive health and... View this post

Understanding How Appetites Change as We Get Older

It goes without saying that food gives our minds and bodies the energy we need to function. But food is so much more than just fuel – it is a sensory experience to be enjoyed no matter what your age.... View this post

UK’s First Ever Food Accreditation for the Care Sector

A nutritious and well-balanced diet plays a very important role in care homes, helping to improve the health and well-being of residents. Tailoring the menu to meet their preferences and dietary requirements creates a home away from home, where residents... View this post

Helping Small Children Understand Dementia

Growing up, children have lots of feelings and emotions they are learning to deal with, so seeing a change in a loved one who is living with dementia can be difficult for them to understand and process. Children quickly pick... View this post

Residential Care Home vs Nursing Home: What’s the Difference?

When it comes to choosing a care home for yourself or a loved one, it’s important you know the difference between a residential care home and a nursing home. Both a residential care home and a nursing care home provide... View this post